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Forum: Red Hat 04-08-2019
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Posted By gandolf989
I tested screen on several servers and it works...
I tested screen on several servers and it works really well. No problems so far. Thanks.
Forum: Red Hat 04-04-2019
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Posted By gandolf989
the AT daemon should be a viable option. I just...
the AT daemon should be a viable option. I just need to look up the syntax.

--- Post updated at 01:22 PM ---

I do use keep alives in my interactive sessions and it works. But this doesn't help...
Forum: Red Hat 04-03-2019
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Posted By gandolf989
Nohup with ampersand & process gets disconnected
For years I have spawned shell scripts with nohup and ampersand and they run whether or not I stay logged in. Recently a client told us that we had to set a keep alive timeout on all of our Redhat...
Forum: Hardware 10-17-2017
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Thanks Bakunin. I was thinking that it would be a...
Thanks Bakunin. I was thinking that it would be a good desktop machine. I'm not a gamer, but it would be better than the desktop that I have. Unfortunately, it's just too loud. But I could stuff it...
Forum: Hardware 10-16-2017
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Right. It goes back to the second law of...
Right. It goes back to the second law of thermodynamics. I would need a cooling unit outside the server and tubing to bring water into and out of the server. I was hoping that someone figured this...
Forum: Hardware 10-16-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
Water cooled 1U server
I may be able to get a Sunfire X2200 server from work. Dual quad code AMD Opeteron CPU's, 32GB RAM, etc. Since it is a 1U server, its pretty loud. I was thinking that if I could put in a water...
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Posted By gandolf989
You can echo the username and password and pipe...
You can echo the username and password and pipe it into either sqlplus or sqlldr.


echo "${USERNAME}/${PASSWORD}@${TNS_ALIAS}" | sqlplus ...
echo "${USERNAME}/${PASSWORD}@${TNS_ALIAS}" | sqlldr...
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Posted By gandolf989
As others have said rsync is a good method. I use...
As others have said rsync is a good method. I use it as follows
rsync -av /source/dir/path/* /dest/dir/path or
rsync -av /source/dir/path/* .
use d for current directory. -av means that the file...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 07-20-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
Here is the updated code with the implicit...
Here is the updated code with the implicit cursor. You can take out the filter "WHERE rownum < 8". Let me know what your grade is. I should get some credit.


sys@test> CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 07-19-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
I am an Oracle DBA who has been writing PL/SQL...
I am an Oracle DBA who has been writing PL/SQL for over 15 years. You should not need to learn explicit cursors. Perhaps your instructor wants you to understand explicit cursors but you should use...
Forum: Linux 07-19-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
Take a look at Lubuntu. Personally, I would...
Take a look at Lubuntu. Personally, I would rather upgrade my hardware than run an old PC. Even a 64 bit dual core pentium would be better that 32 bit anything. You need much more memory to do...
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Posted By gandolf989
Have you thought about using exec to redirect all...
Have you thought about using exec to redirect all of the output to the modem?
Another option would be to write C or Java code to do the scripting.


export CURR_TIME=`/bin/date +%Y%m%d_%H%M%S`...
Forum: Solaris 05-24-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
Personally I prefer rsync to cp. But for 4TB, it...
Personally I prefer rsync to cp. But for 4TB, it probably doesn't make enough of a difference. Are both volumes on the same server? Are you using a SAN? You might find that SAN snapshot and...
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Posted By gandolf989
If you are running this under Linux, you should...
If you are running this under Linux, you should look at wget or curl. The point isn't that a webpage is written in Java script, its that you want to bring back web content and look through it. Either...
Forum: IP Networking 05-19-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
I think I will start with an old Pentium 4 that I...
I think I will start with an old Pentium 4 that I had planned on sending to get recycled. If that works, maybe then I will get new hardware.
If the ethernet networking is too hard, the Pentium 4 has...
Forum: IP Networking 05-18-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
I can't disagree about the potential for lack of...
I can't disagree about the potential for lack of support on drivers for the hardware. Since I have not yet seen the device, I can't say if it will work or not. Some of the computers will run on SSD...
Forum: IP Networking 05-17-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
I was talking to a friend about this last night...
I was talking to a friend about this last night and he pointed out the this computer also comes pre-bundled with PFSense. Hence, it is probably designed to perform this task. Does that change your...
Forum: IP Networking 05-16-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
I agree. My decision comes down to if I try to...
I agree. My decision comes down to if I try to use the Raspberry Pi and it slows down the network, I will hear about it from my wife and son. I just have to convince her that a $200 mini computer...
Forum: IP Networking 05-16-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
So my hope is that I can load Kali Linux on my...
So my hope is that I can load Kali Linux on my raspberry Pi with an extra USB Ethernet port and have that route all of my traffic to the ISP. It would then see all of the network traffic and be able...
Forum: IP Networking 05-10-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
I would like to monitor network traffic for a computer on my network
My son does homework on a school laptop. I was thinking about setting up a gateway on my home network, so that I can monitor web traffic and know if he is doing his homework without standing over his...
Forum: Red Hat 03-31-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
Have you tried using Perl to send the email? ...
Have you tried using Perl to send the email?

Email::Stuffer (http://search.cpan.org/~rjbs/Email-Stuffer-0.014/lib/Email/Stuffer.pm)
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Posted By gandolf989
How about this? I added the redirects to filter...
How about this? I added the redirects to filter out the errors on files that I could not read.
You can leave that in or take it out. I also chopped off the line count, word count character count.
I...
Forum: Red Hat 03-21-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
You might also try postfix. Postfix...
You might also try postfix.

Postfix (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Managing_Confined_Services/chap-Managing_Confined_Services-Postfix.html)
Forum: Red Hat 03-21-2017
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Posted By gandolf989
Is sendmail alias'd? Try typing "alias sendmail"...
Is sendmail alias'd? Try typing "alias sendmail" and see if you get anything.
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Posted By gandolf989
You can setup the following privileges. do a...
You can setup the following privileges. do a chmod on the first three directories as 755.
Then do a chmod on /var/spool/cron/root as 644 and you will have what you want.


$ ls -ld /var...
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